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hey guys i seem to have ran into a little problem here..i recently had to hard reset my BB 8830 and after i re-set it up i now get all my emails twice. It looks like if the e-mail has a link or attachment in it it sends one email with just text and another email with the text and the link. same with attachments one email has the text and anothe has text and attachment. the phone never did this before the hard reset, do you guys have any ideas on how to fix it? i would like to only receive one e-mail, its a pain to get everything twice. its just using up memory on the phone
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